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Cold sores are common and many people suffer from them. Labial (oral) herpes is an infection of the mouth and lips caused by the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), which is present in about 70% of the world's population. 50% of the population becomes infected with HSV-1 before the age of 20. This is easily recognized by localized painful blisters on the lips, gums, tongue, inside of the cheeks, and sometimes on the face and neck. HSV-1 infection occurs only in humans.

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Cold sores are common and many people suffer from them. Labial (oral) herpes is an infection of the mouth and lips caused by the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), which is present in about 70% of the world's population. 50% of the population becomes infected with HSV-1 before the age of 20. This is easily recognized by localized painful blisters on the lips, gums, tongue, inside of the cheeks, and sometimes on the face and neck. HSV-1 infection occurs only in humans.

There are two types of herpes simplex viruses: HSV-1 and HSV-2. These two viruses have different DNA, but each can cause oral lesions (cold sores) and genital lesions. However, HSV-1 is responsible for 80% of all oral lesions and only 20% of genital lesions. For HSV-2, the situation is reciprocal.

HSV-1 is usually inactive. It manifests itself under various conditions that lead to a decrease in immunity. Sometimes labial herpes appear once a year, but it happens that they appear several times. There is no set pattern and therefore, unfortunately, no treatment to eliminate the virus from the body.

There is Herpactiv - a 100% natural treatment that affects cold sores and heals in 3 days!

Symptoms:

For HSV-1, the time between exposure to the virus and the onset of symptoms is 2-12 days (average 4-5 days). Signs and symptoms usually last two to three weeks. Very common are usually: fever, fatigue, muscle aches and irritability. Before the appearance of sores or blisters, many patients complain of: pain, burning, numbness or itching at the site of infection.

When blisters appear, they tear easily and look like small superficial wounds, gray-white, with a red base. A few days later, a yellow crust forms over them.

Oral lesions are usually painful and make it difficult to consume food and liquids. The gums may become slightly swollen, red, and bleed. Lymph nodes in the neck can become inflamed and often painful.

Stages of herpes infections

Once you have had contact with the virus, it has a unique way of developing in three stages:

Stage 1 - Primary infection: the virus enters the skin or mucous membranes through small cracks and then reproduces. Ulcers, blisters, and other symptoms such as fever may develop during this stage. It is also possible that the virus does not cause any lesions or symptoms. People may not even know they have an infection. This is called an asymptomatic infection;

Stage 2 - Latency: From the infected site, the virus moves to a mass of nerve tissue in the spine called the dorsal root ganglion. There, the virus replicates again, usually without any symptoms and remains inactive until it is activated in certain conditions of the body. In the case of HSV-1 infection, the trigeminal nerve ganglion is usually affected, while in HSV-2 the sacral (sacral) nerve ganglion (S2-S5) is most commonly affected;

Stage 3 - Recurrence: When people are under stress, emotional or physical, the virus can become active and cause new lesions and symptoms. Researchers suggest that the following factors may contribute to its recurrence:

stress;

ultraviolet light (including sunlight);

windy or cold weather;

lack of sleep;

common cold;

elevated temperature;

reduced immunity;

trauma;

tiredness;

hormonal changes (eg menstruation);

pregnancy.

Development of herpes

Numbness: Days 1-2 - before there are visible symptoms, many patients experience a burning sensation and / or itching. This stage can last from several hours to days;

Vesicles (blisters): Days 2-4 - After the initial sensation of tingling, herpes gradually develops into a rash of small blisters, clear, often clustered and surrounded by skin that is red or swollen;

Open lesion: Day 4 - Usually during the fourth day, the blisters burst and tear, leaving this area known as the open lesion;

Crust: Days 5-8 - like all other body wounds and those from herpes, they gradually dry up and form a crust, usually yellow to yellowish;

Healing process: Days 8-10 - lesions heal slowly. The crust falls off after a few days, and although the area is still swollen, the labial (oral) cold sore should disappear completely in about 10 days.

The appearance of labial (oral) herpes

The herpes simplex virus is transmitted through small skin cracks or sores, through direct contact with people who are already infected - this can be done with a kiss or sharing the same cup.

Lesions recur because the virus is always present in the body but remains latent in nerve cells. One of the ways in which the herpes simplex virus multiplies in human cells is by entering the nucleus of the cell and changing its structure. The modified kernel provides the necessary information to help herpes infections.

Tearing of bubbles occurs after maturation of the herpes particles that break down the human cell membrane. At this moment in

Herpactiv Oral is a hypertonic viscous solution that is osmotically active. When applied to a herpes open lesion, Herpactiv Oral forms an osmotic film that cleans the lesion from the impurities inside it (dead cells, cellular debris, bacterial and viral particles, dust...) and creates a favorable environment for healing. The film also protects the lesion from dehydration, injury, inflammation and external aggression. By reducing microbial contamination, cleaning and moisturizing the lesion, reducing pain around the injured area, Herpactiv Oral helps by accelerating the healing process.

Herpactiv Oral has no pharmacological interactions and acts without affecting the biological structure, immunological or metabolic of a cell. It also prevents the spread of viral infections by 38% within 2 hours of application. Quickly reduces pain, swelling, local irritation and itching.

Herpactiv quickly heals herpes lesions in just 3 days!

Composition:

Herpactiv Oral contains: glycerin, honey, water, grape seed extract, green tea leaf extract, black elderberry extract, xanthan gum.

Herpactiv Oral is an indispensable product if labial (oral) herpes bothers you often.

Method of use:

Herpactiv Oral is easy to apply because the tube has an applicator.

Do not touch the lesion with the tip of the applicator during use. It is intended for local use only.

Remove the cap and apply 3-4 drops directly to the cold sore.

Use 3-4 times a day until complete recovery.

Close the cap tightly after each use!

Herpactiv Oral can be administered to children over 3 years of age, pregnant or lactating women.

Mechanism of action

Herpactiv Oral - a unique mechanism of action, acts through 2 active complexes:

Tannin complex (procyanides) from natural extracts, prevents the spread of herpes infection by blocking the free particles of the virus and inhibits the proteases necessary for the entry of the virus into healthy cells;

"Honey and glycerol" complex - osmotically active technology - forms a protective film on the lesion, protecting it from drying, irritation and external factors. Due to the active osmotic effect, it removes fluid and impurities from the lesion and thus creates a favorable environment for healing. Hydrates the affected area, reduces pain, irritation and accelerates the healing process.

Precautions:

Wash your hands thoroughly before use.

This product is for topical use only and should not be ingested.

When applying the product, do not touch the tip of the tube to the skin area affected by herpes.

Do not use HERPAktiv oral if you are sensitive or allergic to some of the ingredients used in the preparation of the product, in the case of starting treatment or if the symptoms last for a long time.

Herpes is a contagious virus, it is advisable to take all necessary measures to avoid the risk of infection through contact with the affected area.

We advise you to consult a doctor or pharmacist if you do not feel an improvement up to 7 days after using HERPAktive oral.

Storage:

Store at room temperature, out of the reach of children.

Do not use the product if the integrity of the tube is broken, after the expiration date or after 30 days have passed since the tube was first opened.

Unwanted reactions:

HERPAktiv oral has no known side effects and is not dangerous if swallowed.

HERPAktive oral can be used in children over 3 years old and during pregnancy or breastfeeding.

Packaging: 1 tube of 6 ml.

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